When I asked Tamara if I could take pictures of her in her costume, she said not unless you want people to think I'm a playboy bunny. I guess that's what everyone was saying she looked like despite that she was wearing her everyday clothes with just the bunny ears and tail. She was offended. She is JUST a bunny! =) Here she is with her friend Christine. I 'borrowed' the pic from her facebook and will try to get actual pics later for this.
For our pumpkin, Tamara carved 3 'faces' into it. 'Moo Cow' is Tamara's favourite made up expression.
Thursday (Oct 22) was my first class for Floral Design Level 2. It was loads of fun. There are about 10 - 12 ladies taking the class and 10-12 slightly different designs even though we all had the same container, and the same flowers. We were to follow the instructors design, the result being an asymetrical split complimentary floral arrangement. Below is my design.
View of the front, the night of the class.
The view of the back. Though the design is more 'one sided' the instructor stated that more and more arrangements were being viewed from all sides and so, it was a nice idea to dress up the back a little bit.
Well these pages turned out the way I envisioned them. Sort of. I found the branch rub-ons in a children's bookstore and of course bought them a couple of months ago. I really couldn't wait to use them but had no idea where. Finally I came across my Robbie Burns dinner pics and I thought that since we were dress 'to the nines' that the branches would add a bit of an elegant touch. But I also wanted birds. However, I could only find stamps and therefore my recent purchase - acrylic stamps. Then I got the bright idea of adding the Calgary Highlanders' tartan as a colour scheme to my page. I googled and found a picture sample. Saved it on my desktop and printed it on cardstock. And voila, I had tartan paper! It's so cool how an idea evolves into another one.
Because my scanner is too small to scan 12 x 12 pages. I scanned a bit of it so you can see the colours and then I photographed the pages so you can get an idea of the whole effect.
Well, I received a txt Monday from my good friend, Darlene telling me about the MFRC Mini - Album Workshop. It was $10 and all you needed to bring were 10 - 20 pictures. So I said, 'Sure!' Since I was working on my 2004/2005 pictures for scrapbooking, I selected my trip to Las Vegas with my hubby where we met up with his really good friends.
Not knowing that the mini-album was in the shape of teddy bear heads, I dressed up my pages to look as sparkly as possible with the supplies on hand. Here's the album ......
Well, we have been busy over the last few weeks having our roof removed and foam insulation sprayed in. Here are a few shots of the process.
The next shot is of my funny hubby who wanted a picture of 'meeting' Mike Homes from Holmes on Homes.
I also managed to get a scrap page done. I know that a lot of people are doing pages of present day, but I have decided on doing album pages back a few years and bring them up to present day. My new project! These pictures were of December 2004 shortly after I met Myron. He went home to Crystal City that year for Christmas and my parents came out to Calgary. I think it was the last day in December and Tamara & I (David was off doing other things with his friends) signed up for a ski trip through the MFRC (Military Family Resource Centre) and had a blast.
My scanner wouldn't scan the whole 12 x 12 page - so I took a picture of it. Not the best picture but I thought, 'It'll do until I can figure out something else."